Exclusive: Lucas Till talks Park Chan-wook's Stoker

Definitely not a vampire movie

 
TF sat down with X-Men: First Class' Lucas Till – AKA Havok – and one question had to be asked: who would win in a fight between him and Cyclops? 
 
“In the comics they can't hurt each other with their beams,” he told TotalFilm.com, clearly having thought this through before. “So it'd be two brothers roughhousing but with lasers and destroying everything around them.” 
 
With that out of the way it was time to tackle the other big issue plaguing the internet. Is Stoker a vampire story or just a straight-up thriller as previously suggested?  
 
“Nah,” Till replied to the suggestion of vamps. “It's more a psychological thriller. But it's cool.” 
 
“I play a small role where I bully the main character played by Mia Wasikowska and that's as much as I would want to say.” 
 
However, he did also tell us that the chance to work with Park Chan-wook was a huge draw. 
 
“I don't know if you've seen the rest of his movies but imagine those and this is his first English film. The things he's going to be able to do in this one,” he told TotalFilm.com. 
 
“It's an incredible script and he's such an amazing guy to work for. That was definitely something to mark off my list of things to do.” 
 
X-Men: First Class is released on DVD and Blu-ray on 9 September in the US and 31 October in the UK. 

Convinced that Park Chan-wook's amazing style can transfer over to an English language movie? Get excited about the recently started shoot for Stoker below!

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    • 5thghostbuster

      Sep 9th 2011, 9:44

      I've never watched one of his films and thought: it's good. but I wish it was in English. Hopefully this will have the reverse effect and people will watch Stoker and then check out his back catalogue, subtitles and all

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